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Faces

Faces
Faces

Film Details

Year

2020

Duration

5 minutes

Genres

Documentary, Short Films

Language

English


Synopsis

This short documentary is comprised of four subjects who each talk about the various aspects of their mixed-race identity and how it’s influenced their lives. Topics addressed in these interviews include discriminatory language and prejudicial views, assumptions made about family members and religion, and how things are changing. ‘Faces’ explores themes around identity, race and culture in modern Britain.

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